RHINELANDER - Oneida County Board Chairman Dave Hintz knows he faces a big decision in the coming weeks.
"It would cross the vital line, it's a significant project," Hintz said Monday afternoon.
Hintz and the Oneida County Board may consider helping with a $15 million loan to bring in new business. Last week, the Oneida County Economic Development Corporation announced that possible deal to help Rhinelander Coated Products retrofit and move in to the old Printpack building on Kemp Street.
"It's a very positive reaction," Hintz remembers thinking when the news first broke. "I...
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